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1Parka, A.L. ; Panchyshyn, R.S.: ¬The path to an RDA hybridized catalog : lessons from the Kent State University Libraries' RDA enrichment project.
In: Cataloging and classification quarterly. 54(2016) no.1, S.39-59.
Abstract: This article describes in detail the library implementation of a Resource Description and Access (RDA) Enrichment project. The library "hybridized," or enriched legacy data from Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules bibliographic records by the addition of specific RDA elements. The project also cleaned up various other elements in the bibliographic data that were not directly RDA-related. There were over 28 million changes and edits made to these records, changes that would never have been made otherwise because the library lacked the resources to do them independently. The enrichment project made the bibliographic data consistent, and helped prepared the data for its eventual transition to a linked data environment.
Inhalt: Vgl.: DOI: 10.1080/01639374.2015.1105897.
Objekt: RDA ; AACR
2Panchyshyn, R.S. ; Park, A.L.: Resource Description and Access (RDA) database enrichment : the path to a hybridized catalog.
In: Cataloging and classification quarterly. 53(2015) no.2, S.214-233.
Abstract: This article examines the benefits of a Resource Description and Access (RDA) enrichment project for libraries. Enrichment projects "hybridize", or enrich legacy Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, Second Edition (AACR2) bibliographic records with RDA data. Until a replacement for MARC is developed, bibliographic data will continue to be encoded in MARC 21 in many integrated library systems. Library catalogs contain records coded under both AACR2 and RDA standards. RDA enrichment projects benefit the patron experience because the data is cleaner and more consistent for patron use and display, cataloging staff workflows are simplified, and the consistency of the data is advantageous for system development and data exchange with other communities
Themenfeld: Katalogfragen allgemein
Objekt: RDA ; AACR2 ; MARC21
3Maurer, M.B. ; Panchyshyn, R.S.: Understanding the why : a case study in managing the RDA implementation.
In: Cataloging and classification quarterly. 52(2014) no.3, S.259-284.
Abstract: This article describes in detail the management of a Resource Description and Access (RDA) implementation process by an academic library that was an early adopter of RDA. It identifies the necessary decisions to be made and discusses the rationale behind these decisions during the implementation process. This information can benefit other libraries with managing their local RDA implementations. The authors examine the business case behind implementation from various perspectives such as administrative support, training, documentation, establishment of local procedures and costs. It aims to help cataloging/technical services/metadata managers understand the scope of the process and the impact it will have on their libraries.
4Koford, A. ; Panchyshyn, R.S.: RDA display and the general material designation : an innovative solution.
In: Cataloging and classification quarterly. 52(2014) no.5, S.487-505.
Abstract: This article describes a simple and innovative solution, for libraries using MARC-based Integrated Library Systems (ILS), to compensate for the removal of the General Material Designation (GMD) from individual Resource Description and Access (RDA) bibliographic records in public displays. The solution is both a textual and visual one, based on the development of a text/icon combination, with an icon generated from the MARC leader code for material type, and then associated with the text from MARC tag 338, Carrier Type. The solution will work for all Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules , Second Edition (AACR2) and hybrid records as well.
Anmerkung: Eine Quelle gibt "A. Koford", eine andere "R.S. Panchyshyn" als alleinigen Verfasser an.
5Panchyshyn, R.S. ; Bouthillier, F.: Cataloguer le cyberspace : le defi des ressources electroniques.
In: Documentation et bibliothèques. 43(1997) no.3, S.137-147.
Abstract: The cataloguing of Internet documents presents challenges. Several US projects such as the OCLC Internet resources and Intercat project, the Text Encoding Initiative and the OCLC Dublic Core Project have helped identify the principle problems. Tools such as Unifrom Resource Identifiers, Uniform Resource Names and Persistant Uniform Resource Locators were developed to assist cataloguers in bringing order to the chaos of the Internet. Describes these projects and tools. Discusses the levels of competency that will be required by cataloguers in the future and their role in establishing standards for for information interchange for the Internet community
Anmerkung: Übers. des Titels: Cataloguing in cyberspace: the challenge of electronic resources
Themenfeld: Internet ; Formalerschließung
Behandelte Form: Elektronische Dokumente